Welcome to the 101 Great Goals latest manager odds page, where we will keep track of the latest fluctuations in the sack race and the favourites for each job in the Premier League, supported by the latest odds from the betting markets, supported by Paddy Power.
We will constantly update the odds as well as provide tips and insight into the latest manager markets and keep an eye on results, with which bosses are facing the sack.
The Premier League is one of the most cut-throat businesses out there, with 10 permanent managers losing their job in the 2021-22 season.
Xisco was the first man to be sacked, the former Watford man departing on October 3 and was followed by Steve Bruce, Nuno Espirito Santo, Daniel Farke, Dean Smith, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Rafa Benitez, Claudio Ranieri, Marcelo Bielsa and Sean Dyche.
With the average tenure of a Premier League manager standing at just 772 days - still longer than in any of Europe’s top five leagues - you can bet with Paddy Power on which manager will be next to lose their job.
Favourites to be sacked
|Steve Cooper||Nottingham Forest||14/1|
|Roberto De Zerbi||Brighton||14/1|
|David Moyes||West Ham||22/1|
|Patrick Vieira||Crystal Palace||22/1|
|Erik ten Hag||Manchester United||33/1|
|Pep Guardiola||Manchester City||50/1|
|No manager to leave||-||200/1|
Last updated: October 24
- August 30: Scott Parker was sacked by Bournemouth just four games into the season and days after a 9-0 drubbing at the hands of Liverpool. Comments aimed at the board in the early parts of the campaign were deemed too much for the hierarchy to ignore and they parted ways with the former Fulham boss.
- September 7: Chelsea decided to sack Thomas Tuchel after a 1-0 defeat to Dynamo Zagreb in the Champions League, making it a third ignominious defeat of the season after going down to Leeds and Southampton too. Todd Boehly acted swiftly to part ways with the German who is believed to have struggled with the new setup and responsibilities throughout the transfer window.
- October 2: After a miserable run of just one league win in 15 matches spanning the end of last season and the start of the current campaign, Wolves sacked Bruno Lage to end a 16-month stay at Molineux. Despite an expensive summer and being backed in the transfer market, Lage was unable to get an attacking tune out of his players and average less than a goal a game under his stewardship.
- October 20: Steven Gerrard was sacked by Aston Villa moments after seeing his side comprehensively beaten 3-0 away at newly-promoted Fulham, which made it a sixth defeat of the season under the former Rangers manager. Crucially, there had been discontent among the fans as Gerrard struggled to get an expensively-assembled attack to fire consistently.